Tuesday, October 21, 2014

HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN DISINFECTANT

Cleaning can be very difficult when the dirt has already penetrated in the surface. Not to mention the germs that are already residing on it. In every household, there must be an available disinfectant that you can use to help you ease the cleaning.

Disinfectants are widely used in every industry like hospitals, restaurants and even houses. Sometimes is can be very costly to buy a commercial brand disinfectant. that  is why it is best to make your own disinfectant. For sure it will be more effective that brands that are available in the market today.

To make your own disinfectant, you will be needing the following.

1. kilo of chlorine powder.
2. 20 liters water
3. tbs of salt

Procedure:

1. Mix all the ingredients together in a container. Let is stay in the container for about 2-3 days before you can use it. it would be safe to use a face mask to protect yourself from the strong smell of chlorine. 

This is a very helpful tip in making your own disinfectant that you can use at your home. 

CONSIDER THESE THINGS BEFORE SELECTING AN APARTMENT FOR YOURSELF

Are you looking for a place to stay for a couple of months? Just before you make the down payment on the apartment that you like, consider these things before you do. 

1. Location. It is always ideal to look at the location first. It may be near of ideal to where you are working or studying. Make sure that the location is accessible and convenient on your part as the renter.

2. The building structure. Think twice before you select the place where you are going to stay. make sure that building has met all the building code guidelines and local ordinances of any rentals space. Never stay in a place where it is a fire hazard. 

3. The interior of the place must be good. Make sure that the place is neat and spacious. Look at the rest room if it is in good condition and clean. Hygiene is always the priority and never settle for less that your standard.

4. The price is right. When you select the place, you must also consider the cost of your stay. Make sure that it is fit within your budget. Never stay in a place that is expensive on your part. 

5. The owner is a good person. Most landlady are good but other are sometimes bad, often. Having a good landlady will give you a good vibes in the place that you are going to stay in. 

6. People around. You must know the number of people that are staying in the place. If there are plenty, then expect a loud environment, most specially when there are kids around.

These just some simple things to consider before selecting an apartment for yourself.

Monday, October 20, 2014

QUAIL EGGS - YUMMY LITTLE EGGS

If you like eating noddles, you would appreciate quail eggs. Quails and small birds that are domestically grown for their meat and specially their eggs. In some areas in the Philippines, Quails are a local delicacy.

Quails are known to be replacement for chicken meat for they are less treated with medicines unlike their larger counterparts. Quail eggs can also be cooked as kwek-kwek. The procedure is they soak the eggs into the flour wet mixture and they fried it.

Quail eggs are yummy to eat and nutritious as well. I never miss a week without this tasty meal in my table. my kids like it and so is daddy.  

YUMMY AND JUICY POMELO FROM A FRIEND

This morning my good friend visited me in the store. Prior to his visit, he told me that he would bring me something and it was harvested in their farm. When he arrived in the store, I noticed that he was carrying a sack. I believed it was very heavy because he was having problem carrying it to the store. Immediately I assisted him and opened the sack that he was carrying. No wonder it was so heavy. The sack was full of freshly picked pomelo.

Pomelo is one of my favorite fruits because it is tasty and juicy when chewed. Just a little trivia. Pomelo is also known as citrus maxina. This fruit is a locally grown in south and southeast Asia. This fruit is truly juicy when eaten.

There is a trick in making the pomelo juicy when harvested. Local farmers would store the fruit for about 3 days before they remove the peel. This fruit is regularly sour in taste but when stored for 3 days, the juicy and sweetness will replace the sour taste.